Are you in the process of planning a trip to Venice? Learning more about the average driving distance from Venice will help you craft the perfect itinerary for your Italian road trip. For your convenience, Auto Europe has put together this helpful table that highlights driving distances from Venice to some of the most popular vacation destinations in Italy in both kilometers and miles.
Whether you're looking for the driving distance from Venice to Rome or any destination inbetween, let Auto Europe help you find the most direct route. For additional trip-planning resources, take a look at our comprehensive Venice travel guide.
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Next to Rome, Venice is one of the greatest cities to visit in all of Italy. Venice is truly a unique city in all of the world. What makes this city so unique? It's the only city in the world that has no roads! You'll travel around Venice by foot or boat, and when visiting the City of Canals, one should certainly visit the Rialto Bridge that extends over the Grand Canal, Piazza San Marco, and Saint Mark's Basilica.
Traveling out of Venice produces heavy traffic as tourists scramble to find taxis, buses, and other modes of public transportation to get to where they need to go next. But when you rent a car as soon as you land in Venice's Piazzale Roma, you can get to your next destination with ease!
Right as you depart Venice, visiting the city of Verona is a convenient option that's only 120 km away. The best way to get to Verona from Venice is via route A4, which takes just over an hour. In Verona.
If traveling north or west from Venice, travelers have a handful of destinations to choose from. Lake Como is perfect if you're looking for a quiet break from busy, tourist-filled cities like Venice. On Lake Como, you'll be surrounded by breathtaking views of mountains and lake water. Lake Como is just 294 km west of Venice, and you can get there in a little over 3 hours via route A4. If you're looking to continue your experiences in metropolitan areas, then Milan is the lavish and exquisite city for you! Milan is located just 284 km west of Venice, and the short journey takes less than 3 hours via route A4.
The capital of Italy isn't far, either. Rome is located 567 km from Venice, and when traveling along route A1, you can stop in Bologna or go straight to Rome in under 6 hours.
For more information about the sometimes challenging art of driving around Venice, take a look at our list of exciting attractions in and around Venice. When it comes time to book a rental car for your trip, rely on Auto Europe for the guaranteed best rates and service, as well as an exceptional variety of vehicles for rent, such as large rental vans and exotic sports cars. Reservations can be made online in three, easy steps by utilizing the secure search form that is located on the left-hand side of this page, or by calling us toll-free 24/7 at 1-888-223-5555.
Although passenger cars are not allowed in the city of Venice, a car is still worthwhile for your next trip.
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